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Book Discussion: Trading Price Action Trends, Reversals, Ranges by Al Brooks

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Hello Mitch,
Absolutely. Iíve already been going through his material ó including books, YT videos, blog, forums, webinars, etc.ó implementing his methods in the market side by side with mixed results. To put it straight, what I think you are suggesting is the hard(and the most reliable) way of learning things as opposed to the easier way(learning from othersí experiences). And it has its own merits of course. I think Iíll just stick to your suggestion.
Thanks for your valuable time and response.
Happy trading.

-Mayur

Thanks Mayur.

If you are attracted to short term trading, like Al Brooks is practicing, you might want to take a look at Bob Volman (2 books) or Lance Beggs. They are easier to understand. There is a blog niftynirvana with a really good trading manual (attached) slightly based on what Lance Beggs teaches. This might be of interest for you because it's rather straightforward and about trading the nifty (since you are from India). Trade well.

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Thanks Mayur.

If you are attracted to short term trading, like Al Brooks is practicing, you might want to take a look at Bob Volman (2 books) or Lance Beggs. They are easier to understand. There is a blog niftynirvana with a really good trading manual (attached) slightly based on what Lance Beggs teaches. This might be of interest for you because it's rather straightforward and about trading the nifty (since you are from India). Trade well.

Thank you Mich.
Around the April of this year as I was getting started with Al Brooks' material, l was advised to read Bob Volman(prior to reading Al Brooks) by a friend of mine, and I'm really glad that I did. Although I didn't read his scalping book, the other one has been tremendously helpful in understanding Al's material.
As for the blog you mentioned, I was completely unaware about it. Thanks for the reference and manual attachment.
Happy trading.

-Mayur

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Hello once again,
Would it be a good idea to read Edwards and Magee along with the Al Brooks. Iím currently reading the second book of Al and earlier I was reading Mark Douglas along with the Alís book. But now that Iím finished with Markís book, Iím thinking of starting with Edwards and Magee. What do you guys think? would it help me in some way or would it mess up everything?? Also, if I should, which edition of Mageeís book do I read? Because there are like tens of those.
Thanks in advance.

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PS: if you have got any other suggestions, please, Iím all ears.

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